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More than 33 million Americans have lost their jobs to the coronavirus pandemic. Thousands more have been furloughed. Many of those who have kept their jobs now work from home, forced in short order to carve out whole new roles and methods for doing work. This is one reason the pandemic has been so emotionally, mentally, and physically challenging

As a leadership coach, I hear stories every day of people trying to balance parenthood and work, of juggling toddlers while fielding important work calls. Some clients feel unmoored in the absence of former routines. Some feel like their careers are stalled or stuck in glue. Some are angry and scared. Everybody is tired.